Reminder: Claims and Fraud Awards deadline is 14 June

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With a deadline of 14 June you have just over a week left to get your entries in for the 2024 Insurance Post Claims and Fraud Awards.

The highly anticipated and prestigious event will take place on 3 October, celebrating the very best that the industry has to offer when it comes to expertly managing claims and beating fraud.

Held at the Brewery in London, the categories cover everything from innovation to collaboration; rising stars to unsung heroes; sustainability to use of data intelligence, and a lot more.

Click here for the full list.

With a closing date of Friday, 14 June at 5pm, The Claims and Fraud Awards are free to enter. So don’t delay – get working on your entries today.

You have to be in it to win it!

For more information, including entry advice and how to book tables, click here.

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